A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
The Western Star
Murky provincial sight distance regulation preventing man from building home on Marystown property
Vintage vehicles taking over Marystown’s Kaetlyn Osmond Arena this weekend
Town of Carbonear to name walking trail after physicist Davis Earle
Eleven finance items approved by Stephenville council
RCMP investigating cabin break-in at Spruce Brook
Man guilty of break-in and theft at Marystown area construction yard
Loretta Saunders' brother hopeful about MMIW report
When the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women started three years ago, Edmund Saunders was skeptical. Skeptical about the inquiry itself and skeptical of any change that might come from it. Now, after hearing the final recommendations ...
Port aux Basques representatives talk transportation in Ottawa
There were both positive and negative highlights during a recent trip to Ottawa to speak on the financial impact of federally mandated Marine Atlantic cost recovery, along with other issues. Port aux Basques Mayor John Spencer and Coun. Jim Lane ...
P.E.I. Council of People with Disabilities: Plastic straw ban a 'systemic barrier'
Ottawa’s plan to ban single-use plastics by 2021 is generating lots of buzz, but not all of it has been good. Some, including P.E.I. Council of People with Disabilities executive director Marcia Carroll, are concerned that an outright ban on ...
Big brawl in Little Harbour over lobster fishing grounds
The Eastern Shore’s lobster fishery has once again been marred by violence. On Saturday afternoon RCMP responded to a brawl in Little Harbour stemming from a longstanding dispute between two families over lobster fishing ...
Passenger ejected, not wearing seat belt in single-vehicle crash on TCH
A passenger was taken to hospital and treated for a serious injury after being ejected from a vehicle that crash on the Trans-Canada Highway Monday morning. According to a news release issued by Holyrood RCMP, the accident happened shortly before ...
Two men arrested for impaired driving and another for outstanding warrant
The Bay St. George RCMP made two arrests for impaired driving on Friday and early Saturday and arrested another driver outstanding warrant on Friday. It was about 9:30 p.m. on Friday that police conducted a traffic stop on Main Street in ...
Inuit land protectors arrested on Parliament Hill
Several Inuit land protectors from Labrador were arrested on Parliament Hill Monday as they peacefully protested the release of methylmercury at Muskrat Falls. Amy Norman, a Nunatsiavummiuk woman from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, was among 13 ...
Almost 3,000 Nova Scotians may be victims of medical records privacy breach, says NSHA
Medical records of 2,841 people could be compromised after a Nova Scotia Health Authority employee recently fell victim to an email scam, the health authority said on Monday. The NSHA is in the process of sending out notifications to all the ...
Feeling the pain of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s families
What Sharon Williston remembers most about sitting in the room during the final report on the inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls was feeling the pain of family members. “It was very emotional sitting amongst family ...
St. John’s man finds 220-year-old Spanish coin in pile of dirt
When Kevin-Barry Martin goes for a walk, he’s not only interested in exercising or spending time outdoors. The 42-year-old St. John’s resident is part of a group called Newfoundland History Hunters, and he’s often on the move ...